Vincent Amanor-Boadu

Food & Agribusiness Management

Kansas State University

Vincent Amanor-Boadu’s research and outreach efforts encompass business development and entrepreneurship, technology and innovation, and strategic management, with emphasis on inter-organizational relationships. Vincent is currently conducting research in small business development and agricultural value chains in Zambia, Tanzania and Malawi and leading the Monitoring, Evaluation and Technical Support Services (METSS) for the Economic Growth Office of USAID|Ghana. Vincent also teaches Economics and Management of Food Manufacturing, Distribution and Retailing (AGEC 570) and Advanced Food and Agribusiness Management (AGEC 890). He also conducts seminars and workshops for businesses and organizations on strategic thinking and visioning, change management, and mechanisms of governance.

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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Vincent Amanor-Boadu
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Future of Trade Agreements

Vincent Amanor-Boadu discusses ag implications for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the North American Free Trade Agreement, which will likely be affected by the change in presidential administration (2 parts).

November 23, 2016
Brexit and U.S. Agriculture

K-State agricultural economist Vincent Amanor-Boadu offers his take on the decision by Great Britain to exit the European Union and the ensuing impact on U.S. agricultural trade. 

July 6, 2016
Agricultural Production Survey for the Northern Regions of Ghana: 2013-2014 Results May 9, 2016
A Note on Concept Notes January 1, 2016
Monitoring, Evaluation and Technical Support Services (USAID-METSS): Research Portfolio: 2014-2015 October 1, 2015
Macroeconomic Effects on Poverty Rate: A Case Study of Northern Ghana March 1, 2015
Future Consumers "Keep It Coming": Conversations of Possibility With the Canola Council of Canada May 19, 2014
Maize Price Trends in Ghana (2007-2011) November 21, 2012
Rice Price Trends in Ghana (2006-2011) November 21, 2012
Near-Term Economic Outlook: Agri-Food Business Leaders' Perspectives October 4, 2011